Live streaming just got easier with Wirecast 14.3

Wirecast 14.3 is here, with some exciting new features and improvements. We’re especially excited about our newAnimated Title Library, for adding customizable, dynamic lower thirds graphics to your projects!

AND, if you purchased anytime after 8/2/2020, OR are an active Wirecast Insider Access plan member – this update is FREE!

Here’s a quicklist of what’s new in Wirecast 14.3, see below for details:


Animated Title Library

Making animated titles and lower thirds in Wirecast just got easier with our new Animated Title Library. We have over 25 new titles available (with more coming!).

Choose a look, and then add your own text, customize the colors and fonts, and you’ve got a beautiful title that smoothly animates in and out of your live broadcast.

Media Playback Controls

Now, you can control the playback of media clips even when they are live. You can play, pause, and scrub through videos so you can add live commentary, or review content as part of your broadcast.

Audio Mapping for Secondary Display Live Output

More flexibility to route specific audio tracks when sending a program out via a Secondary Display.

Updated technology including NDI® 5

We are committed to keeping up-to-date with the latest technologies. Wirecast 14.3 includes an update to the recently released version of NDI 5, as well as updated integrations for the Facebook output destination and WebRTC (used by Rendezvous).

And much much more!!!

For a full list of our features, improvements and bug fixes for Wirecast 14.2, head over to our Version History page.

Here’s information on how to update or upgrade.

And remember: If you are a Wirecast Insider Access member (which is included for one year when you purchase a license), then you get this upgrade for FREE!

If you want to renew your Insider or Premium Access membership, visit our Support pages.

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